BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
While we don’t know much about Idris Elba's villain in Star Trek Beyond, the British actor recently opened up on the matter, and he promised something “groundbreaking.”
What does it take to turn a young boy into a hardened killer? That is the question that Netflix’s first ever original movie – Cary Fukunaga’s Beasts of No Nation – aims to answer.
Beasts of No Nation looks like it will be a brutal drama. In fact, its production was so tough that the film's lead star, Idris Elba, almost died on set, though he only has himself to blame.
As an actor, Idris Elba (The Wire, Luther) has never shied away from challenging, thought provoking roles. However, a poster for the upcoming Netflix Original Movie Beats of No Nation indicates that he may have taken on one of his most powerful roles to date.
Star Trek Beyond is currently filming and now they're offering you a chance to be part of the fun as you can win a walk on role and help out some worthy charities in the process.
With filming just under way, we don't know much about Star Trek Beyond yet, but Idris Elba, who plays the villain, revealed that he'll face off with one iconic character.
Daniel Craig can’t be James Bond forever. He could retire his impeccably tailored suit any day now, fans are placing bets as to who will take his place when the job is done.
Yaphet Kotto doesn't want to see a black James Bond, stating that 007 should remain as close to Ian Fleming's original creation as possible.
Many fans assumed Idris Elba is going to play a Klingon in Star Trek 3, but according to one of the writers, that is not the case.
We love the idea of Idris Elba playing the villain in Star Trek 3, and we even have some ideas about who he should play.
Star Trek 3 is placed in a quandary. How does it up the villain ante after Benedict Cumberbatch’s Khan in Into Darkness? How about with Idris Elba?
Harmony Korine's next film The Trap has assembled an all-star cast in the shape of Idris Elba, Robert Pattinson, James Franco and Al Pacino.
While Netflix is quickly changing the business model when it comes to the distribution of films and television shows, producers are finding that a business partnership with Netflix can sometimes be a poisoned gift. And yes, it’s due to the ever-critical variable of money.
Director Cary Fukunaga's latest project Beasts of No Nation, starring Idris Elba, will make its theater debut sometime later this year. If you plan on seeing it on the big screen, however, you'd better hope you live near an arthouse theater as four major theater chains are now boycotting the film.
Brosnan throws out two potential replacements for the spy with a license to kill should Daniel Craig be looking for an exit clause to his secret agent contract.
Renown poet Edgar Allan Poe as a demon-fighting, Constantine-like, alcohol-consumed figure trying to cope with the death of his wife? Sounds like something Keanu Reeves or Nic Cage would think about getting involved in, but it turns out this is Idris Elba’s next big movie project that’ll keep him busy for some time.
Rumor has it that Idris Elba is in the running for the next James bond, and while many fans are thrilled at the prospect, others have played the race card, insisting that there is no way Elba fits the role. Elba has now addressed the rumor.
Is Elba wrong about the process? No. I’ve been on enough movie sets to know that building a massive world like Asgard – or any component of the Marvel universe – is a grueling task. But if Elba finds it so torturous, don’t do it.
Fans of the "big screen experience," the folks over at Marvel Studios are big on secrets and down on spoilers. Unfortunately, though, movie-goers tend to be so excited for their films the special details still constantly find their way out to the public. It's a part of the blockbuster movie industry at this point, but that doesn't mean Avengers: Age of Ultron writer/director Joss Whedon isn't still disappointed whenever it happens.
The charm of Marvel Studios' Avengers movies is that they are actively bringing together a number of different franchises. The upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron, however, needs to step up that game - in true sequel fashion - and that means ever more inner-connectivity and even more characters. Which is what brings us to this news...